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Written by Obie Award-winner Leslie Lee from an original story by producer Elsa Rassbach and directed by Bill Duke, THE KILLING FLOOR tells the struggle to build an interracial labor union in the Chicago Stockyards, tracing the racial and class conflicts in the city’s giant slaughterhouses, which boiled over in the Chicago Race Riot in 1919.
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